Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Florida Killer Gets 15 Years For Breaking Back Into Jail

A Florida man released from prison feared his victim’s family so much that he tried to break back into jail. Sylvester Jiles had a plea deal where he would get eight years probation for the manslaughter death of Dustin Prouse. He was released from jail after being sentenced to the probation.

He voluntarily went back to the jail several days after the release and pled with deputies to take him back in. He was afraid that Prouse’s relatives would retaliate against him. Deputies told him no. He was told to file a police report instead. Jiles panicked and tried to climb the twelve foot high razor wire fence to get back into the jail.

He got his wish by doing it his way. He received severe cuts from the fence and 15 years in prison for violating his probation, a conviction of breaking into the jail, and resisting arrest.

In California:

An 85 year old Sacramento man took action when he heard someone breaking into his garage. He took a handgun that he had owned for years and fired a warning shot into the air. The burglar ran off. Police urged the man to call 911 in the future and not to take the law into his own hands

And elsewhere in California:

The late Kyle Johnson and a seventeen year old went into a Modesto liquor store and tried a robbery. They both had guns and wore masks. But, the clerk drew his own sidearm and shot Johnson dead. The seventeen year old struggled with the clerk after the shooting but escaped. He was caught later. The surviving robber will be charged with attempted robbery and felony murder for the death of Johnson, which was done by the clerk as a result of the of the felony robbery’s commission.

After the latest killing of the Modesto armed robber, officials at the police department, which arrived in minutes when seconds count, urged store clerks to obey the orders of robbers. They would rather clerks be good witnesses and remember descriptions and distinguishing features of the thugs such as tattoos.  Police also warned about clerk’s possible “liability” when they arm themselves. 

Firearms Accessories


Nacho Garcia Hinojosa
Anyone with information as to Hinojosa Hinojosa's 
whereabouts is urged to call LVMPD homicide at 
229-3521 or Secret Witness at 385-5555. 
A reward of up to $1,000 is offered for information 
leading to Hinojosa arrest.
  • Alias: Jorge Garcia Hinojosa
  • Description: Hispanic Male
  • Height: 5'6"
  • Weight: 140 lbs
  • Age: 24
  • Hair: Dark brown, shoulder length
  • Eyes: Brown
  • Distinguishing marks: large tattoo of a bird or 
  • an angel on his left upper arm

  • Wanted by LVMPD for: Attempted Murder 
    with a Deadly Weapon on a Police Officer; 
    and one count of Attempted Murder with 
    a Deadly Weapon.
    Juvenal Sandoval
    Anyone with information as to Sandoval's location is urged to 
    call Secret Witness at 385-5555 or Metro Homicide at 229-3521.
    • Description:Hispanic Male
    • Height: 6' 2" to 6' 4"
    • Weight: 190 lbs
    • Age: 27
    • Hair: short dark curly hair with mustache
    • Wanted by LVMPD for: Two counts of Murder 
    • with a Deadly Weapon

    • Hector Horacio Rodriguez
      • Description: Hispanic Male
      • Hair: Black
      • Eyes: Brown
      • Age: 58
      • DOB: 3-21-1949
      • Height: 5'7"
      • Weight: 170 lbs
      Hector Horacio Rodriguez is wanted for murder 
      with a deadly weapon - firearm. Subject missing 
      top front teeth. Likes to frequent cock fighter and 
      horse ranches. Subject is armed and dangerous.

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